Commercial Spaces

One of the great wonders of NYC is that you can get pretty much anything you want at pretty much any hour: Need a vintage 1930s ballgown at 2 am? Easy! An Ethiopian feast delivered to your door? Sure! But the one thing that can be hard to come by is an outdoor space to call your own. So the folks at the W Hotel asked us to help them change that. We teamed up to transform the Extreme Wow Suite at New York’s W Hotel into an urban glamping adventure. Now through

Rachel Zoe, designer, stylist, reality TV star, writer, businesswoman, and all around fashion monarch is somewhat of an enigma. Her extensive repertoire is one of the most far-reaching in the fashion industry and after nearly two decades in the business, her incredible influence continues to grow. While plenty of hard work, a skillful eye for style, and a long inventory of A-list clients definitely contributes to her renowned status, her success largely seems due to her uncanny ability to know how to be in exactly the right place at exactly

When it comes to designing something as functional as a hotel restroom, Laurel & Wolf Designer, Lucinda Pace knows how to turn up the style to deliver a space that’s truly chic. However, transforming the men’s restroom of the Venice Beach staple, Hotel Erwin into a place where hotel patrons actually want to be was no small feat. With Lucinda’s eye for contemporary design and a desire to capture the essence of the beach, she successfully created a space that reflects the hip look and feel of the rest of the hotel, while adding in a strong dose

Rachel Hollis, founder and editor of popular lifestyle website, The Chic, is not afraid to speak the truth. As a mother to three boys, an author, and an ex-celebrity event planner, she has a wide range of experience both in the entrepreneurial world and in the realm of womanhood. Described as her “digital front porch,” Rachel founded The Chic with the goal of creating honest content that resonates with women and encourages them to live a creative and ultimately, ‘chic’ life. A few months after moving into the new Chic HQ’s, Rachel

As part of our momentous ‘relaunching’ day today, we thought that it might be a good time to open up our doors and give you all a sneak peek at our new Laurel & Wolf office! Over the past year, we have had the incredibly good fortune of growing at a phenomenal pace, and sometime around January of this year, we took a look around and realized that we either needed to start investing in bunk beds, or start looking for a new work space. Fast-forward 6 months and dozens

One of the coolest e-commerce style sites just got even more stylish. We recently had the pleasure of giving the DailyLook offices a makeover to match their fashionable service. If you haven’t heard of DailyLook yet, get ready for your mind to be blown and your outfit game to majorly improve. This site is basically a personal stylist in a box; every month you receive a complete ‘look’ to your door that includes 7-11 products. Once the month is up, you can either choose to buy items or send them back. It’s perfect

We love our startup community here in LA, and whenever we get the chance to work with a company we admire we get pretty excited. Enter our friends at onefinestay. Their new Los Angeles offices, located in the hip Hayden Tract in Culver City, needed an interior design makeover to transform their space from a huge open warehouse to a cool, startup office. Laurel & Wolf designer Marissa Cramer created an amazing contemporary interior design that perfectly suits this awesome company. Marissa explained to us how she came up with her interior

We all need a makeover now and then. Which brings us to GlamSquad, a fabulous salon in Los Angeles. Check out how Laurel and Wolf designer Lucinda Pace transformed their new space! BEFORE: Laurel & Wolf: You completely transformed this space – it looks like a different salon! You basically started from scratch with this location, was that a challenge? Lucinda Pace: The budget for GlamSquad was a total of $5k for both spaces. Luckily GlamSquad already had the salon chairs, but it was still a challenge to completely outfit the salon for under $5k! AFTER L

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